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Wintermester is a three-week online mini-term designed for students who want to finish the fall strong or get a jump start on spring! Visit Wintermester Courses to see available classes and Wintermester Fast Facts to learn more about this opportunity.
Staggered registration for spring 2021 will begin on Friday, November 6 at 8:00 a.m. with currently enrolled students with 32 or more earned hours registering for classes. Beginning Monday, November 9 at 8:00 a.m., currently enrolled students with one (1) or more earned hours will be able to register for spring. Starting Thursday, November 12 at 8:00 a.m., any student who has been advised by his or her assigned advisor will be able to register for spring. Spring classes will begin on January 13.
|Date||Who Can Register?|
|Friday, November 6 at 8:00 a.m.||Currently enrolled (fall term) students who have earned 32 or more credit hours at Shelton State|
|Monday, November 9 at 8:00 a.m.||Currently enrolled (fall term) students who have earned at least one (1) credit hour at Shelton State|
|Thursday, November 12 at 8:00 a.m.||Open to all students|
In conjunction with the opening of spring registration, Shelton State Community College will offer a one-time “buy one, get one” community scholarship option for spring 2021. Students can take up to nine (9) credit hours tuition-free. For more information, visit Community Scholarship “BOGO” for Spring 2021.
2020 – 2021 Registration Guide Updated 11.16.2020
2019 – 2020 Registration Guide Updated 9.4.2019
In preparing to register for courses, it is important to know the delivery methods for instruction. The table below provides additional information concerning schedule types and instructional methods. It is important to note that online, hybrid, and virtual formats require access to a computer with high speed internet capabilities, a webcam, and a microphone.
|Schedule Type||Instructional Method||Description|
|Lecture||Traditional||Lecture-based class meets entirely on campus.|
|Lab||Traditional||Lab-based class meets entirely on campus.|
|Lecture/Lab||Traditional||Lecture- and lab-based classes meet entirely on campus.|
|Online||Online||Class meets entirely online. Students are not required to come to campus. Students take exams using the College's online test proctoring service or in an approved proctored environment.|
|Hybrid||Hybrid||Class requires students to attend a designated number of classes on campus and to complete activities and coursework online. Exams may be given on campus or using the College's online test proctoring service.|
|Virtual||Online||Class has specific days and times that students will meet virtually through a video conferencing platform. Students are not required to come to campus. Students take exams using the College's online test proctoring service or in an approved proctored environment.|
|Virtual||Hybrid||Class has specific days and times that students will meet virtually through a video conferencing platform and specific days and times that students will meet on campus. Exams may be given on campus or using the College's online test proctoring service.|
Students may obtain final grades by logging into their myShelton account.
Grades are not mailed. It is the student’s responsibility to check their grades. The College strongly recommends that this be done before the beginning of the next semester.
Students may view all coursework taken at Shelton State and any coursework that has been accepted for transfer from other institutions through myShelton.